State v. Servello (1988)

In State v. Servello, 14 Conn. App. 88, 540 A.2d 378, cert. denied, 208 Conn. 811, 545 A.2d 1107 (1988), the defendant failed to ask for a limiting instruction during the court's final charge and claimed that it should have been given sua sponte. The Court held that the claim was not constitutional and did not deserve plain error review. Id., at 95. There is no indication in Servello that the defendant on appeal claimed a violation of a specific constitutional right.